Being located where it is, you’d expect some decency. At Ture’s, that’s a mistake.
My moules frites were ok, but only that. My partner got a long dark hair in his fish soup. He’s bald and I’m blonde so it was from neither of us. When we finally managed to get... Show full »
Four stars, but in the fast food review section.
A nice touch of the Middle East which somehow manages to mute the noise from not so cheerful Hornsgatan outside. The chickpea balls are way above those you get at your average kabab Joint around the corner. At Falafelbaren they come with the... Show full »
Being American-Swedish I’ve never understood why people go to Starbucks. I do it myself every five years or so, just to check if it’s still the same old junk or if they by any chance have made an effort to improve. It’s always a huge disappointment. The coffee is awful, the pastrie... Show full »
This ambitious salad restaurant on NK’s top floor makes me happy for the most part. Healthy salads filling a hungry belly without emptying the wallet.
The Umami bomb has long been a favorite of mine, but the menu is regularly updated with new and exciting flavors. Commodities are alw... Show full »
I can’t help but loving when people have ambitions and live up to them. I’ve been here on a number of occasions and never have I been the least disappointed. Not upscale and expensive, but leisure elegant indeed and price worthy.
I’m a huge fan of everything aquatic, in p... Show full »
Dull, artificial and industrial-made ice-cream scooped and served with an attitude as sour as a bad lemon sorbet. In a time when decent gelato can be found practically anywhere in Stockholm, a place like this is counting down to its own funeral. The only mitigating factor here is the location.